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Questions of the day!!! 5 and 6

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5. If a new medicine were developed that would cure arthritis but cause a fatal reaction in 1 percent of those who took it, would you want it to be released to the public?

Yes, having arthritis myself, i would love to have a cure for it, even if it meant that i have a chance of dieing from it. over a short amount of time they would be able to tell what causes that 1 percent to have a fatal reaction and be able to test for it.

6. You discover your wonderful one-year-old child is, because of a mix up at the hospital, not yours. Would you want to exchange the child to try to correct the mistake?

Yes, of course i would. knowing that the child i have is not mine, i would feel like someone stole my child and gave me theirs and having them grow up with me, they may think im their father, but we would have so many differences....history of problems in the family, and so on.


  1. acorn's Avatar
    We already have precedence for that with Viagra (male erection drug). Its non fatal reactions are estimated to be quite significant (conservative estimate at 30%). It is a potentially lethal drug to persons with silent heart conditions, to persons taking nitrates it is a one way ticket to their maker. I do not know what its current death rate is, but I would imagine that it has significantly reduced now since it is prescription only in most countries. Short answer, I would be very wary of any drug with even a 1% death rate in clinical trials.

    Very hard question, Id bet that you like I, would follow the example of a family in America some years ago. They entered into agreements with the other family involved, then sought and won court custody of both children. I suppose the bottom line first and foremost is that, you cannot deny a child that is yours in blood under any circumstance. I would also be unable to let go a child that Id emotionally bonded with. Yes bring on the courts, I would risk going for broke. - the Adult Baby / Diaper Lover / Incontinence Support Community. is designed to be viewed in Firefox, with a resolution of at least 1280 x 1024.